Tom Condos

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Tom Condos
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Tom Condos under construction in 2017
Tom Condos
General information
Address1200 Union Avenue
Town or city Montreal, Quebec
CountryFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Coordinates 45°30′10″N73°34′04″W / 45.5028°N 73.5678°W / 45.5028; -73.5678 Coordinates: 45°30′10″N73°34′04″W / 45.5028°N 73.5678°W / 45.5028; -73.5678
Construction startedJune 2014
Cost C$90 million
Height122 m (400 ft)
Technical details
Floor count40
Design and construction
Architect(s) Karl Fischer
Structural engineerBouthillette Parizeau
Other designersAndres Escobar and Associates
Website OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg

Tom Condos is a skyscraper in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The tower is located on Union Avenue between René-Lévesque Boulevard and Cathcart Street, near the Altitude Montreal tower and the Place Ville Marie. [1] Part of the building occupies the site of 1972's Blue Bird Café fire.

The tower has 40 floors and 122 m (400 ft) tall, and consists of 322 condos. [2] The architect is Karl Fischer. The project's promoter is Daniel Revah. [3]

Construction started in June 2014, with a completion date sometime in 2018. [3] [4] [ needs update ]

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